Indiana University–Bloomington

Bloomington, IN
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Best Master’s in Cybersecurity Degrees for 2023-24

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 35%
  • AVERAGE UNDERGRADUATE GPA
  • DNP
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 36
  • ENROLLED
  • 10
  • TUITION
  • $490 per credit

Submitting GRE scores is optional for applicants to Indiana University–Bloomington’s master’s degree program in cybersecurity, but three letters of recommendation are required. International applicants are required to submit TOEFL scores. The 36 credit-hour program has an acceptance rate of 35%, and the application deadline is January 1.

Best Online Master’s in Cybersecurity Degrees for 2023-24

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 89%
  • AVERAGE UNDERGRADUATE GPA
  • 3.4
  • CONCENTRATIONS OFFERED
  • Business, computing, law, and artificial intelligence
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 30
  • ENROLLED
  • 40
  • TUITION
  • $1,369 per credit

Indiana University–Bloomington doesn’t require applicants to submit GRE scores to qualify for admission into its online master’s degree program in cybersecurity risk management, but applicants are encouraged to submit them. Last year, students accepted into this program had an average undergraduate GPA of 3.4 and 14 years of work experience. International applicants are required to submit TOEFL scores of at least 96 to be considered for the program. Three letters of recommendation are required for the 30 credit-hour program.

Best Master’s in Data Science Programs for 2024

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE, 2023-24
  • 48%
  • AVERAGE UNDERGRADUATE GPA, 2023-24 ENROLLEES
  • 3.72
  • FALL TERM ENROLLMENT, 2022–23
  • 474
  • GRADUATION RATE, 2022-23
  • 96.20%
  • NUMBER OF APPLICANTS IN 2023-24
  • 1229
  • ONE-YEAR RETENTION RATE, 2022-23
  • 95%

Indiana University’s Bloomington residential data science master’s program does not require applicants to submit a GRE score (GMAT not accepted), but language scores are required for non-native English speakers. Applications must submit three letters of recommendation. In-state students pay $9,000 in annual tuition; out-of-state student cost is about $30,000. Four months post-grad, alumni earn median pay of $127,000. The deadline to apply for the fall 2024 cohort was January 1.

Most Affordable Online Master’s in Cybersecurity Degrees for 2022-23

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 91%
  • AVERAGE UNDERGRADUATE GPA
  • 3.3
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 30
  • ENROLLED
  • 38
  • TUITION
  • $18,463.5

Indiana University–Bloomington ranked No. 4 on Fortune’s list of the best online master’s in cybersecurity programs in 2022. The program requires applicants to submit a GRE score to qualify its online master’s in cybersecurity risk management degree program. However, waivers may be available for qualified candidates. Three letters of recommendation are required and international applicants are required to submit TOEFL scores. Last year, students accepted into this program had, on average, an undergraduate GPA of 3.3 and 10 years of work experience.